Anja Höhne

Anja Höhne
University of Western Australia | UWA · Faculty of Science

Master of Science

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The hyporheic zone (HZ) is considered a hydrodynamically-driven bioreactor with significant pollutant removal capacities and can therefore not only improve wholestream water quality but also preserve human and ecosystem health. Microbial metabolism is hypothesized to play a key role in pollutant transformation in hyporheic sediments of natural stre...
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Attenuation of trace organic compounds (TrOCs) in a river occurs to a large extent in its hyporheic zone. A major part of the attenuation of polar TrOCs is of microbial origin. As microbial activity depends on temperature and redox conditions, seasonal differences in TrOC attenuation are likely. We investigated TrOC attenuation at a river influence...
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Assessing the transport and reactive processes of contaminants in freshwater streams is crucial in managing water resources sustainably. Particularly the hyporheic zone, the sediment-water interface where surface water and groundwater mix, may possess significant contaminant removal capacities due to its myriad physical, chemical, and microbiologic...
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Die „Tesla Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg“ wird in der 1. Ausbaustufe 1,4 Mio. m3/a Wasser benötigen. Das geklärte Abwasser mitsamt der problematischen Inhaltsstoffe soll in nur schwach durchflossene, intensiv genutzte Berliner Gewässer eingeleitet werden. Wie sind solche Industrieansiedlungen aus Sicht der Gewässerforschung zu bewerten?
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Understanding transport and biogeochemical turnover processes of solutes in riverine systems is vital in order to preserve aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem health. The hyporheic zone is the well-studied interface between stream water and underlying aquifer. It acts as a hydrodynamically driven bioreactor, i.e. its reactivity is strongly controlled...
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Understanding the mechanisms and controls on contaminant removal in streams is essential in managing human and ecosystem health. The hyporheic zone (HZ) plays a key role in the removal of contaminants from streams. Often, tracer tests are implemented in conjunction with measurements of compounds to assess the removal rates of contaminants in stream...
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Rivers are important ecosystems under continuous anthropogenic stresses. The hyporheic zone is a ubiquitous, reactive interface between the main channel and its surrounding sediments along the river network. We elaborate on the main physical, biological, and biogeochemical drivers and processes within the hyporheic zone that have been studied by mu...
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First-order half-lives for 26 trace organic compounds (TrOCs) were determined in the hyporheic zone (HZ) and along a 3 km reach of a first-order stream in South Australia during both, dry and wet seasons. Two salt tracer experiments were conducted and evaluated using a transient storage model to characterize seasonal differences in stream residence...

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